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Commissioner Timothy W. Thomas

Timothy Thomas

Timothy W. Thomas of Madisonville, Ky., represents the First Supreme Court District.


• He is president of the Hopkins County Joint Planning Commission.

• Lt. Governor of the Kentucky – Tennessee District, Division 17

• President of the Kentucky State Crime Stoppers Association (oversees 17 organizations across the state)


Board and Associations:


• Member of the Kentucky African American Heritage Commission

• Associated member of the Kentucky Black Caucus of Local Elected Officials (KBC-LEO)

• Member of the Delta Regional Authority

• President of the Hopkins County Community Clinic, Board of Directors

• President of the Hopkins County Crime Stoppers Inc., Board of Directors

• Member of the Pennyrile Area Regional Citizen Corps Association

Associated with:

• Brooks Haven Memorial Funeral Home, Hopkinsville, KY

Community Service:

• Founder/Host of the Public Service Television Program: “Focus on Hopkins County,” seen on Channel 14 Western KY, Southern KY, and Northern TN on Channel 16, with a viewership of over 100,000 (Celebrating 16 years of Public Broadcasting).

• Hopkins County Democratic Executive Committee

• Madisonville Community College Public Relations School Council Committee

• Hopkins County Joint planning Commission, Chairman

• Member of Hopkins County/Madisonville NAACP

• Madisonville Police Department Advisory Committee

• United Way of Coal Field, Board of Directors

• Member of Madisonville/Hopkins County Chamber of Commerce

• Member of Hopkins County Democratic Executive Committee

• Member of the Madisonville Citizens Police Academy

• Member of Noon Kiwanis Club, Board of Directors

Awards:

• Madisonville Noon Kiwanis 2010 Kiwanian of the Year Award

• Governor’s Volunteer Impact Award – 1998

• Hopkins County/Madisonville Community Service and Leadership Award- 1998

• Lion’s Club Man of the Year -1996

• Hopkins County for Progress Man of the Year Award – 1987

• Webster County Black Awards Council Man of the Year in Religion – 1985

• Commonwealth of Kentucky Senate and House of representatives Resolution for Contributions Made to Hopkins County – 1995

• African American Unity Committee F. S. Jones Religious Award – 1994

• Kentucky Colonel Award – 1987

Education and Other Qualifications:

• Madisonville Community College

• Forrest Park College

• Madisonville North Hopkins High School

• City of Madisonville Police Academy

• Notary Public

• Religious Affiliation and Service

• The Annual Hopkins County Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration, Program Coordinator

• Christ Church Holiness District USA, Program Coordinator

 

 

Last Updated 1/30/2013
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